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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 August 1952

THE H-SU BRAND Friday August 8 1952 EDITORIALS.... . VISITORS X Pmt 2 B MM fl- MMHM m . TrM DM! I '. - r ' f Jo voacliina ArAioclatlon . . f Six representatives from the Cowboy athletes department are in Fort Worth this week at the annual High School Coaching Association. Coaches Murray Evaiis Larry Cunningham Bill Scott Joe Grba and Bill Ledbetter and George Hine Jr. are the representatives from the forty acres. They are up there ex- changing ideas with hundreds of other coaches that probably have a lot of problems in common. The football division of the association is directed by two well known coaches Jim Tatiun of the University of Maryland and "Dutch" Meyer of TCU. Basketball is under the direction of Henry Iba of Oklahoma A&M and Val Pat- terson from the University of Utah. Hundreds of sports writers are also taking in all the activities of the coaching meet picking probable teams to win in the coming season etc. Of course the grand climax to the school will come Friday an...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 August 1952

4'r. V' Jjft ' ''to .A i I &' Friday August 8 1952 FORTY ACRE HIGHLIGHTS Summer acti- vities on the campus range from building" the new dorm attending "hot" classes and doing research work in the library to just plain relaxing in front of the air-conditioner and having a few refresh- ments. AT TOP LEFT Jesse Whitman former cow- boy now of the University of Texas Joe Wallis senior -class prexy and Kenneth Baccus incoming basketballer are working on the new girls dorm. The structure is to be ready for the opening of the fall session. AT TOP RIGHT students inquire from the registrar's office concering degree plans regis- tration and grades. Margaret Rucker and Mary Frances Day secretaries to the registrar are pass- ing out the information. Inquiring at desk is Neal Richardson senior from Eastland. AT RIGHT shown cooling off in front of the air-conditioner in the book -Btore and enjoying refreshments and kinda shooting the breeze are left to right A. C. Brewer Haskell; Carl Clement ...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 8 August 1952

THE H-SU BRAND Friday August 8 1H2 Joe Ed Black Takes Ruidoso Golf Title Joe Ed Black H-SU golfer from Lameaa walked off with a coveted trophy at Ruidotio N. M. last week when he won the championship of the Cree Meadows golf tourna- ment. . A memher of the H-SU golf team this year's Border Conference champions Black proved his worth last spring and has competed in several other major tournaments this summer. In winning the 36-hole final the links ace defeated Clyde Black- well of Roswell N. M. 3 and 1. In a quarterfinal round he carded a four under par which set a course record. Doug Jones seasoned tourna- ment golfer from Abilene was a victim of Black early in the tournament. Film Strip Set For LSB Meeting "Rim of the Wheel" a thirty minute film strip will be shown during the regular meeting of the Life Service Band Tuesday. The group will meet in the audio-visual room in Sandefer Memorial in- stead of the BSU chapel. "The story of Virginia Sutton portrays the daily lives of many m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 August 1952

rnrrr ' j S ?" . t t f VoL XXXVI H-SU. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY AUGUST 15 1952 NO. 43 p- ' w. i 225 WILL RECEIVE DEGREES AUG. 25 Bob Todd Is New Speech Radio Instructor Bruce Brooks Quits As Radio Department Head Bob Todd former civilian employee with the Far East net- work in Tokyo Japan has been appointed radio co-ordinator and instructor at Hardin-Simmons University President Rupert N. Richardson has announced. Bruce Brooks instructor of speech and radio since Sep- tember 1948 has resigned leaving the vacancy that Todd will fill. Todd will serve as instructor of radio courses and co ordinator of radio work with other commercial and campus stations in this area. The H-SU radio station is a member of the Southwestern Collegiate Broadcasting System. Courses offered by the radio de- partment include -announcing con- tinuity writing drama advertising and sales program planning pro- duction and studio practices. A 1951 graduate of Hardin- Simmons Todd is from Abilene. While in Tokyo he wro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 August 1952

9f& 1 THE H-SU BRAND Friday August 15 1952 EDITORIALS.... if k ic Jllve oUtab if loving. J?n . . . As time for the opening of the fall semester draws near the Army ROTO is rapidly shaping up on the cam- pus. The Corral is almost rejuivanatcd and the former VA building has been converted into an office for ROTO in- structors. . All freshmen and sophomores are compelled to take -ROTO training if they are physically qualified. This means that about 350 will enroll in the training program it was estimated by ROTC officials. Of course a limited number of juniors and seniors will 'also enroll for ROTC in the ad- vanced work. The staff for the H-SU unit is gradually being com pleted. When all the officers and enlisted men arrive there will be a 9 man staff. At the present there are 5 Army men on the forty acres. The Corral once the only gym on the campus and headquarters for all II-SU athletic events is in the pro- cess of taking on an Army life. It's interior has already been painted ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 August 1952

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 15 August 1952

Friday August 15 1952 H-SU Ex Spending Leave in Abilene THE H-SU BRAIRD. Maj. Howard Richie 1949 Har-din-Simmons graduate is spending a leave in Abilene before report- ing for a new assignment at the Pentagon Building in Washington D. C. He has just returned from 14 months in Japan and Korea. He served as executive officer of the Army's Third Battalion 180th Regiment' 45th Division until he received his new orders. Richie was formerly regimental supply officer. He moved from Japan to Korea last December. He was pro- moted to his present rank April 1. Maj. Richie said he had no idea what was in store for him at tho Pentagon. His new order he said came as a "pleasant surprise." After graduation from Hardin- Simmons with a B.S. degree in ac- counting he returned to his na- tive state of Oklahoma and work- ed for a utilitty company in Bart- lesville. He was re-called to duty in the Army in September 1950 training first at Camp Polk La. and attending a school at Fort Benning Ga. before s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 August 1952

k Syuaul Jkz Vol. XXXVI H-SU ABILENE. TEXAS FRIDAY AUGUST 22 J 952 NO. 44 v h hi' . IS Short Term Registration Set Two Local Women Meet With Board Two women who have played an active part in West Texas edu- cation met with the Hardin-Sim-mons University board of trus- tees Wednesday afternoon in Midland. They were Mrs. H. A. Pender and Mrs. W. J. Behrens bdth of Abilene. The H-SU chapel is named in honor of Mrs. Behrens. A special contribution from Mrs. Behrens in honor 'of her husband made the building possible. "Through- out most of the life of Hardin- Simmons University the name of Behrens has been associated with progress and growth" President Richardson has said. Mrs. Pender has been associ- ated as student and official pos- sibly longer than any other indi- vidual. She even attended school when Hardin-Simmons was only an academy. Her high school and college training was in Simmons college. Later as an alumnus she was president of the ex-student association and has been a "fait...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 August 1952

Friday August 22 1952 EDITORIALS. hbkbh FAST FLASH TRUCK UMES C3 CDC3C3C3 THE H-SU BRAND Ljreat Jodau-Ljreater ZJomorrow-- Looking forward to fall. "With great anticipation we students who will remain on the forty acres for the next regular session should look forward to the fall session. Already many plans are being niade in the interest of a better school year by students and the administration. More recreation is being planned by the administration. One of the services that will be offered to students being the free movie in the Student Center. And with such capable leaders in our student gov- ernment we should look to the fall term as one that pro- mises to be the greatest in the interest of recreation and education that has ever hit the forty acres. ! I - ZS . 1 & -SSffiuS-r iff Jhanhd to Mou rli The end of the summer term and time for a rest. And we of the Brand staff are ready to say thank you for your co-operation through out the summer. To students who read the Brand we...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 August 1952

A y m t u t i . . '. ' 9 k i ? V r ) . l .4 L. J Friday August 22 1952 THE H-SU BRAND Cowboy Gridmen See 1952 BC Crown in Their Crystal Ball eeeeeeeeeeeeSRSBH SHiH IeeeeeeeeeeM iJieeeeeeeeeeeI -MIBLt.4.iiHH eeeeeeeeeeeeeee MiHEEEEEEEEEEE I ''aHk . i wiiil IlM nHuft' eMeeeeeeeeeeeH i -' MMKTf &$t wWmM EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEflEflK. :J':.:- jBEEEEEEEEEEEEEl )fcgBJEiBfc X-' jiKEEEEEEEEEEEK ROY CARTER . . . Cd-Caplain JIM RIDDLE . . Co-Capiain Lackey Scholarship Presented to School A scholarship fund dedicated to the memory of W. W. Lackey former superintendent of schools of Midland was presented to Hardin-Simmons University Wed- nesday night in memorial ser- vices for Mr. Lackey. The fund presented by the Rev. Vernon Yearby Midland Baptist pastor was presented to H-SU by "all friends of Mr. Lackey." The scholarship will be award- ed annually to a Midland stu- dent attending Hardin-Simmons University. In a memorial service Lack- ey President Rupert N. Richard- son said that Lackey for mo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 22 August 1952

J "if M rf - THE H-SU BRAND Friday August 22 1952 -v -' ROTC INSTRUCTION TO BEGIN SEPT. 19 By JOHN BOBBINS Brand Staff Writer . With the beginning of the fall 'sehiester which opens Sept. 19 about 350 Cowboys will shed their levis and don the olive drab uni- form of the Army ROTC. The ROTC will provide instruc- tion in military fundamentals training and leadership. The stu- dents who complete the basic two- year course receive instruction in military leadership and upon com- pletion of four years of ROTC training will become commission- ed officers in the U. S. Army. 'All freshmen and sophomores that are physically fit must take the basic ROTC training course. After the first two years the stu- dent is not committed to take further training. First and second year ROTC students will go to two one hour class periods a week and one two- hour drill period weekly. For this they wil receive one hour credit each semester. The ROTC instruction staff of the new unit will consist of nine men ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 September 1952

i ' Tqwi I - '. V .- l .V 2&ttmr .'.& . & Vol XXXVII H-SU ABILENE. TEXAS. SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 20 1952 No. 1 fc Jv a 'I 290 Take ROTC Physical Exams Some 290 H-SU men students went through Rose Field House Monday and Tuesday taking phy- sical examinations for the newly established Reserve Officer's Training Corps on the forty acres. Only 18 failed to make the grade as Dr. C. L. Pritchard uni- versity physician and Dr. Jack Haynes recently named assistant to Pritchard gave them the once over. The 272 that passed the rigid physical will begin ROTC duties immediately. Classes began Fri- day as scheduled and all of next week will be used to issue sup- plies to the new "GI Joes." Supplies Friday Some supplies were issued Fri- day and more will be passed among the boys Saturday and all of next week. There is no Army charge for supplies or training but the university will charge a small fee of $3.50 per semester for handling of equipment. Uniforms to be issued will con- sists of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 September 1952

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday September 20 1952 Page 2 EDITORIALS.... 4fo the GlaA4 a '56 Probably by this time of the week the large group of freshmen who make up the class of 1956 have decided that they will survive in the alien climate of Hardin-Simmons. "We hope they will soon feel really at home. "We know is isn't easy to get to the plade where a dormitory room seems homelike but the seniors who should know say it's possible. Ther are precious few upper classmen who still insist on eating freshman. In fact most of them are nearly human in many ways and will be glad to help freshmen get the kinks out of the first experiences at H-SU. Also on the Forty Acres there is a faculty and adminis- tration who are remarkably easy to talk to and who seem to make it their business to smooth out the rough spots for beginning students. We hope that the freshmen will soon get used to our tradition of speaking to everyone on the Forty Acres and when we say everyone we mean upper classmen freshmen and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 September 1952

j Saturday September 20 1952 THE H-SU BRAND Page 3 ft H-SU resgaffisi ?'-i1Mfei. t TSn & " m& jir r JMK fr " V-; JfBBiifc1i..;.yr V.' v4 Giving 'Em Fitz By LARRY FITZGERALD Cowboys Begin Football Season With Tempe Game Pokes Lay Score Record On Line BATTEN DOWN THE HATCHES pull up your overcoat collar and make way for the furious 1952 footbal season. Yes this proverbial time of year always seems to come with the fall. It's this time of year that coaches start pulling their hair prognos- ticates follow suit and football players 'die' for their dear alma mater. So no matter what we can do about it football season has arrived with a bangl And Hardin-Simmons is no exception! Football this year on the Forty Acres is some what of a 'mystery' to both students and fans alike. We have a new head coach quite a few new players all who will be performing under the purple and gold banner for the first time. As you may or may not know the H-SU Cowboys have been picked by the experts to fi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 September 1952

Page 4 THE H-SU BRAND Saturday September 20 1952 k w sjjjHhHhhHHBmBH lll IHIHHBIIMHilH JHiflHHHHHIHRBHiHIHHHIlllHHIHHIIP MURRAY EVANS . . . head coach BILL SCOTT . associate coach LARRY CUNNINGHAM . . . defensive specialist J. W. STEADMAN . . . with the. ends E. W. (Bill) Ledbetter . . athletic director H-SU Opens 45th Football Season Hardin-Simmons University will open its 46th football season Sat- urday night when the Cowboys go against a Border Conference foe the Arizona State of Tempe Sun Devils. ; The oldest institution of higher learning between Foi"t Worth and the West Coast H-SU played its first football game Nov. 5 1897 defeating the Abilene Town Kids 12-0. Prof. Carl A. Krouse who played for Yale tutored the Cow- boys in their first start. Since that time the Cowboys have fielded a team every season except from 1910-1916 and from 1943-1945. Dropped Football in 1909 H-SU dropped football after the season of 1909 when a player died from injuries believed to have been sustain...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 September 1952

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday September 20 1952 Page 5 'M $ WATCHING THE PROGRESS made on new uniforms are cheerleaders Betty Gay Smith center and Shirley Narmour right. Miss Aileen Culpepped left hoscss of Mary Frances Hall is making the purple uniforms which are trimmed with gold satin fringe. She planned to have them all ready to wear for the first football game Saturday night when the cheerleaders will make their official debut direct- ing yells. The girls will wear gold neckerchiefs and purple boots with the new uniforms. BSU Churches Give Plantation Party Thursday to Welcome H-SU Students The Baptist Student Union in cooperation with several of the local Baptist churches presented a plantation paity Thursday night. Civil War days returned as each guest was inducted into one of the armies upon -entering Rose Field House. Flags large and small representing the Union and the Confederacy decorated the inside and flew from masts outside. All games bore a title connected with the Noi'th o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 September 1952

VV i Pat I THE H-SU BRAND Saturday September 20 1952 l" I K'HIbBV " lBBBBBBWbl'' "iH t JnRPjlf?L ft llVfV ' jeVRSRnnMBBHBaB&BBBBLk "4 $pP rwftfiiP V;uW '$v " "1 BBBSaBVt$ ylf V 'HIIHBIKbIShMIHhw W? -' -A N n- wBwBwBwBwBwBwBwmbIbbBbbV f ' I ft l! M jbBBjWIWJJBHBJBB ' -si:?JBPBHR Student Council Gives '52 H-SU Review Party FRESHMEN GET A LOOK at the H-SU Student Council during orientation programs for beginning students Monday and Tuesday. Gene Hester social chairman tries to make an announcement from behind the tall pulpit in Behrens while other members of the Council back her up. They are left to right Betty Stevens secretary; Joe Simpson treasurer; Ed Tapscott junior representative; Jim Flaming sophomore repreesntative; and Lloyd Wright Council president. The Council sponsored a welcoming party for freshmen in the Field House Monday night. Nine New Instructors Join Hardin - Simmons Faculty Joining the faculty of the Bible department at Hardin-Simmons this fall is Dr. Lindell 0....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 September 1952

Saturday September 20 1952 THE H-SU BRAND P9t 7 i loM Qoed qam Station KJlSlJ la loJzyo. and Hack 9h A yean From the propaganda studio used by Tokyo Rose back to the well-worn studio of KHSU. Bob Todd new instructor and coordinator of radio on the forty acres made that change round- trip in a year. Todd a graduate of H-SU in 1951 went into government ser- vice soon after graduation as a civilian employe of Far East net- work with headquarters in Japan. He went to Japan by passenger liner first class going by Hawaii Wake and the Philippines. Radio News Writer In Tokyo Todd was a radio news writer on the staff of the network which has seven stations in Japan and several others in Korea and other parts of the mainland. These stations were of various sizes and power from the powerful trans- Aileen Culpepper Cowgirl Sponsor Miss Aileen Culpepper was in- troduced as the new sponsor of Cowgirls Friday at a tea spon- sored by the organization in Hun- ter Hall. Freshmen girls and upperclass-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 20 September 1952

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday September 20 1952 Pat 63 Attend Choir . .Camp At Lueders A total of 63 upperclassmen at- tended the A Cappella Choir camp .Monday and Tuesday at Lueders Euell Porter director of the choir announces. . This was the first time the choir has met for his pre-chool period Porter says. Most of the timeat the camp was spent in beginning work on the music for the year. A new reportory will be used by the choir this year Porter says so he aand the choir are beginning from the beginning on the music used. Only 55 will be in the A Cappel- la with the others acting as al- ternates and singing mostly in the Chnnel Choir. There are still a few places available for men in the choir but the women's sections are filled for this semester Porter ad- ded. Final personnel of the choir will be announced next week Porter said. 290 TAKE PHYSICAL Continued from Page 1 the 4-year training program each student will be eligible for a com- misison as Second Lieutenant in the Regular Army...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 27 September 1952

Ssicuut m& Vol. XXXVII H-5U. ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 27 1952 No. 2 w v r(L iihkkkkv lkkkHv Pi- ok 4" PART OF THE CORNET section of the Cowboy Band will make the nine day trip to Tulsa and Little Rock and part of the section will stay in Abilene to be on hand to play for the Oct. 4 game with Trinity University. The entire band is being divided into two platoons for the Tulsa trip so that it will at last be possible for the band to be two places at once. In the cornet section pictured are left to right Francis McBeth Bill Forbus Weldon Stevens Tim Jones Marlin Winkler Jackie Gilbert and Robert McDonald. All of the bandsmen but Winkler are to make the Tulsa trip. He is to be drum major for the platoon that remains in Abilene while the regular drum major is on tour. CONCERT SERIES WILL OPEN OCT. 6 Opera star Lilly Windsor will appear at Hardin-Simmons Univer- sity Oct. 6 in Behrens Chapel. The American soprano hailed as a modern Cinderella of music will present a six-group ...

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